JCSET | Watershed Studies Institute Research Symposium

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A Comparison of The Dermal Swab and Waterborne Methods for Measuring Corticosterone Levels in Amphibians for Use in Wetland Condition Assessments

Andrew W. Sisson, Murray State University

Adaptive Plasticity of Coloration in Response to Environmental Change

Karissa Coffield

Analyzing post-fledging movements and estimating home ranges of first-year Black Vultures (Coragyps atratus) in Kentucky

Philip Kavouriaris

Assessing Relationships between Parasitism, Disease, and Health Biomarkers in Snakes

Emma Fehlker Campbell, Murray State University
John B. Hewlett, Murray State University
Andrea K. Darracq, Murray State University

Assessing the Influence of Urban Greening on Urban Arthropods

Brendon Lawrence

Do restored wetland hydropatterns and sediment accretion rates mimic those in remnant bottomland hardwood wetlands?

Marissa Miles

Does Climate Change Promote Cannibalism?

Melissa Ocampo

Evaluating Population-Level Variation in the Landscape of Fear

Jordan Tandy

“Got water? Forming an effective model for evapotranspiration in southern Kentucky utilizing remote sensors”

Pamela Rodriguez

Insect Emergence Patterns on Restored Wetlands Across Western Kentucky

Nathan Waltmon
Karen A. baumann
Kelly A. Fritz
Michael B. Flinn

Morph- and sex-specific differences in corticosterone of the Arizona tiger salamander (Ambystoma mavortium nebulosum)

Megan Zerger

Nitrogen Removal from Flood Waters by West Kentucky WRP Easements

Tyler Befus

Temporal Changes and Possible Sources of Dissolved Calcium Levels in Stream, River, and Lake Waters in Western Kentucky

Kelsie Meystedt

Utilization of Restored Wetlands by Herpetofaunal Communities

John Connock